Talkeetna Treetop Chalet
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... has several rooms all full of big long tables and a patio with rockers and a few tables. It is family style seating and kind of a free for all. We found available space outside and sat down. When the waiter first found us (I really don't know how they keep everyone straight with all,the comings and goings and seating arrangements) he seemed surprised that we actually wanted a menu, but he left to try and find some. We got our ...
... airport to check on the possibility of a scenic flight into the range. With the forecast we cant miss any opportunity to take advantage of a weather window. We stop at Talkeetna Air Taxi and the owner Paul Rodrick gives us a nice discount for the four of us to fly. Tammy and Kathy get motion sickness and decline to take a seat in the Dehavalin Otter Plane. We put on some overboots and load up. There are two climbers going into the Pika ...
... and a pair of earrings for myself so I am a happy girl!! We checked out the menu at 4 restaurants and decided to eat at West Rib Pub and Grill and had fresh salmon and halibut--both delicious. We enjoyed talking to a couple traveling from Rapid City, South Dakota since we had spent 4 days there on our trip. We have cleaned off the 1250 pictures from both of our camera ...
... absolutely delicious, and washed down with an Alaskan beer.
Then it was off by coach to Mt McKinley. Apart from the spectacular mountain, Mt McKinley is one of the Princess Cruiseline lodges and it is magnificent. Our room was a comfortable lodge room, and the common area of the lodge was amazing. Grand and expansive with lounge areas with big open fires, huge comfy chairs and rustic tables. The lodge has a fine dining room, where we ...
... hills than we expected and some work on the trail which necessitated a few detours. The detours added somewhat to our geographic confusion but we got there in the end.
The scenery on the coast ride varied from gobsmacking snow capped mountain vistas to shaded paths through spruce and birch forests, A very worthwhile endeavour all round.
The motor home.
We picked up a motor home this afternoon. What the rental company called a compact. It will ...